As part of our support for the autism community of Ireland, we have created a dedicated information line. All calls are limited to 20 minutes.
Find out what we can help with and how to contact us using the Frequently Asked Questions below.
If you would prefer to speak: Monday – Thursday 10-3pm Call 0818 234 234
Instant Messaging is available: Monday – Thursday 10-3pm
If you would prefer to write: email email@example.com or use the Contact Form here any day of the week.
Please note: In the event where you inform us of a matter where a child is at risk of neglect or abuse, we have a legal obligation to report this to the relevant authorities.
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I contact the Autism Information Line?
There are three main ways to get in touch:
- Call us: 0818 234 234
- Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Open a live chat using the button on the lower right of your screen
When are we open?
You can email us anytime and we will reply as soon as possible.
Our contact services are open Monday – Thursday between 10am and 3pm.
What can the Autism Information Line help with?
Here is a summary of what we do and don’t do. If the information line can’t help, why not submit a general query by clicking this link.
Disclosure & Safeguarding
Please note: In the event where a caller informs us of a matter where a child is at risk of neglect or abuse, we have a legal obligation to report this to the relevant authorities.
What To Expect When You Phone Us
Here is a very brief guide to help you go through the steps of a phonecall to the Information Line.
When you call during opening hours, you will hear: